Sep 15, 2010 5:00pm PDT
people who just used a chain saw to crack open what looks like to be a fireproof safe they've let some people back in behind this barricade over the past couple of minutes going through some of the wreckage. right now they're sorting through what they found inside the safe. it will show you some video of the governor being debriefed by investigators and local authorities. arnold schwarzenegger was in china when this explosion happened the governors saying he spoke to president barack obama the day after who promised all the help that california needs. as for the reason for the blast the governor said that is still yet to be determined but he will get to the bottom of this. he understands so if the frustration was not been able to get answers about what happened and what went wrong. there's a lot of bureaucratic red tape a lot of agency spatter overlapping of the answers should be forthcoming quickly. >> you're only allowed to talk to the investigators, believe me within the next few days you have the information because of back now want it to drill down and get the information because
Sep 28, 2010 5:00pm PDT
. >> automatic for us to know that were going have lots of issues so we fully staff and get every available person on board with that said we don't know for customers have reported a special on those cars with don't know about the air-conditioning being used. we advised customers could either end of the train car and report him. try to get the air conditioning back on. >> a extreme fire danger brought to the temporary closure of the park in san jose today. no public access or activities that any kind they're allowed in the park during the closure. the park is expected to reopen tomorrow. and a person has died a result of the san bruno gas line explosion. if the victim 58 year-old james franco he lived down the street from the blast. the sam broke up the explosion was front and center at the u.s. senate hearing today on capitol hill. in fact senator feinstein testified today calling for more federal. >> it doubles the number of pipeline safety inspectors from the current number of 100 responsible for 217,000 mi. of interstate pipeline to 200. each inspector is responsible for over 2,000 mi.